Thursday, October 19, 2017

Game Night, Interrupted

Every couple of months I remember to write a blog post my library hosts a hootenanny called Family Game Night.  We have all kinds of games available for people (even the little ones) to come play at the library. 

We have Qwirkle and dominoes and Yahtzee! and Hive and Shut the Box and Candy Land and Happy Salmon and Apples to Apples.  Among other things.  You get the idea!  People can drop by any time during Family Game Night and learn to play a new game, or play an old game they haven't played in a while, and eat snacks and have fun.

Last time Family Game Night was in the library's Guinn room, which means I got to attend!  (When it's in the meeting rooms the doors to the main library are shut and I don't get to attend.)  They learned to play a new game called Dream Home.  After they spent 15 minutes watching a YouTube video and who-knows-how-many minutes bickering about the rule book and whether you can put a garage in the attic (really), they decided the game was fun and went on to start a second round.

What does every Dream Home need?

You know the answer to this.

A cat.

Don't mind that little bit of pudge.
It was determined that the game Dream Home was fun, but not as much fun as photographing, admiring, and petting me.  Success! 

And a fun night was had by all,